What is Corona Virus (COVID-19), Symptoms, Do and Don’s

This post is to making social awareness in the society. These post information/data collected from the World Health Organization (WHO) website who continuously monitoring and responding to this outbreak of corona viruses (COVID-19). In Q&A, WHO updated as more is known about COVID-19, how it spreads and how it is affecting people worldwide.

What is corona viruses:

Corona viruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans. In humans, several corona viruses are known to cause respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

What is (COVID-19):

COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered corona virus. This new virus and disease were unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.

What are the symptoms of COVID-19:

People may be sick with the virus for 1 to 14 days before developing symptoms. The most common symptoms of corona virus disease (COVID-19) are fever, tiredness, and dry cough. Most people (about 80%) recover from the disease without needing special treatment.

More rarely, the disease can be serious and even fatal. Older people, and people with other medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, or heart disease), may be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill.

People may experience:
cough
fever
tiredness
difficulty breathing (severe cases)

How does COVID-19 Spread:

People can catch COVID-19 from others who have the virus.

The disease can spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth which are spread when a person with COVID-19 coughs or exhales. These droplets land on objects and surfaces around the person.

Other people then catch COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces, then touching their eyes, nose or mouth. People can also catch COVID-19 if they breathe in droplets from a person with COVID-19 who coughs out or exhales droplets.

This is why it is important to stay more than 1 meter (3 feet) away from a person who is sick.

WHO is assessing ongoing research on the ways COVID-19 is spread and will continue to share updated findings.

How we can prevent COVID-19:

As per WHO guideline, do the five steps to stop/avoid corona virus

HANDS Wash them often

ELBOW Cough into it

FACE Don’t touch it

SPACE Keep safe distance

HOME Stay if you can

Note: There’s currently no vaccine to prevent corona virus disease (COVID-19).

You can protect yourself and help prevent spreading the virus to others if you:
Do

Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub

Cover your nose and mouth with a disposable tissue or flexed elbow when you cough or sneeze

Avoid close contact (1 meter or 3 feet) with people who are unwell

Stay home and self-isolate from others in the household if you feel unwell

Don’t

Touch your eyes, nose, or mouth if your hands are not clean

Treatment/Care to prevent Corona virus (COVID-19):

There is no specific medicine to prevent or treat corona virus disease (COVID-19). People may need supportive care to help them breathe.

Self-care
If you have mild symptoms, stay at home until you’ve recovered. You can relieve your symptoms if you:

rest and sleep

keep warm

drink plenty of liquids

use a room humidifier or take a hot shower to help ease a sore throat and cough

Medical treatments
If you develop a fever, cough, and have difficulty breathing, promptly seek medical care. Call in advance and tell your health provider of any recent travel or recent contact with travelers.

For more detail visit https://www.who.int/

Take care of self and society
“Mich Maza Rakshak”

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Top 3 Tips for How to Face Interview Confidently

Most of the people always stressed as they hear about interview or just thinking on how to face interview. Before facing an interview confidently just keep in mind an interview is not only test knowledge and behavior, it test honesty too. Top 3 tips for how to face interview confidently helps to do better.

Below are the given tips helps to face interview confidently, to stay cool and calm instead of being a nervous and wreck.

I] Before Interview

II] On the day of interview

III] Know what should not do

I] Before Interview:

1] Research about company/organization
2] Read Job Description or roles and responsibility
3] Go through your CV
4] Prepare to answer common questions
5] Practice answering these common question in different way

Note: Focus on CV because most of the questions raised on CV itself where is the mentioned introduction, objectives, skills, career change, strength and weakness, project done previously etc.

II] On the day of interview:

1] Dress Well:

The way you dress make a statement or impression about yourself. Attention to look smart

2] Be on time:

Reach before scheduled interview time (at least 15 minutes). It not only shows your punctuality but also it helps you to make yourself stress free.

3] Face Interview:

1] Knock the door

2]Greeting to the interviewer

3] Maintain smile on face

4] Speak with confidently

5] Seat straight

6] Engage in a Dialogue

7] Be Open and Honest

8] Make sure to thank your interviewers at last

Note:
Be relax and don’t worry so much, because you both (interviewee and interviewer) need to give respect and go ahead with open minded and honesty.

III] Know what should not do

You should avoid few things when you go to interview because you don’t know on which basis interviewer will judge you. Here are few things you should avoid at the time of interview

1] Avoid sharing overly personal information
2]Loose talking about your previous company
3] Avoid your habitual activity (e.g Scratching head, moving feet etc.)

Best Luck

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MBA MMS CET 2020 Entrance Exam Date, Registration, Eligibility, Syllabus, Marking Scheme

The Competent Authority shall conduct the Online Computer Based Test MAH MAH- MBA/MMS CET 2020 for admission to First Year of Full Time Post Graduate Degree Courses in Management (MBA/MMS) in various institutes in Maharashtra, for Academic Year 2020-21. This article focus on Entrance Exam Date, Registration, Eligibility, Syllabus, Exam Pattern and Fees etc.

State Common Entrance Test Cell (CET CELL) under Admission Regulating Authority (ARA) as per the provision in Section 10 of Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions and Fees) Act, 2015, (Herein after called the Act) conduct online exam.

Important entrance exam dates for MBA/MMS 2020 are as follows:

Online Registration Start Date: 10-01-2020

Online Registration Last Date: 15-02-2020

Online Fee Payment Start Date: 10-01-2020

Online Fee Payment Last Date: 10-01-2020

Date for printing your application start date: 10-01-2020

Date for printing your application last date: 10-01-2020

Date Of Examination: 14/03/2020 and 15/03/2020

Mode of MBA/MMS CET 2020 Entrance Exam is : ONLINE

Entrance Exam Fees for MBA/MMS CET 2020 Entrance Exam:

Application form processing fees as stated below is to be paid through online system only by Internet Payment, Credit Card/ Debit Card (RuPay/Visa/MasterCard/Maestro), Internet Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards/ Mobile Wallets for which the service charges, as per rules, shall be applicable in addition to the application form processing fees

For Open Category Candidates from Maharashtra State, Outside Maharashtra State (OMS), J & K Migrant candidates: Rs. 1000/-

For Candidates of Backward Class Categories [SC, ST, VJ/DT- NT(A), NT(B), NT(C), NT(D), OBC, SBC, SEBC] and Persons with Disability Candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only: Rs. 800/-

Registration for MBA/MMS CET 2020

How to apply for MBA/MMS CET 2020

Syllabus and Marking Scheme for MBA/MMS CET 2020:

Syllabus contents with marking scheme is as:

A) Logical / Abstract Reasoning
No of Questions: 75
Mark per Question: 1
Maximum Marks: 75

B] Abstract Reasoning
No of Questions: 25
Mark per Question: 1
Maximum Marks: 25

C] Quantitative Aptitude
No of Questions: 50
Mark per Question: 1
Maximum Marks: 50

D] Verbal Ability / Reading Comprehension
No of Questions: 50
Mark per Question: 1
Maximum Marks: 50

Total Questions: 200

Total Maximum Marks: 200

The test will comprise of multiple choice objective type questions (Five Options)

There is no negative marking System for this test

Test Duration: 150 Minutes

Medium of CET: English

Mode of Examination – Online

for more details visit State CET Cell website

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Top 20 Management Interview Questions for MBA Students

Getting a job is most important incident in everyone’s life. To make a big day in your life, this article will provides top 20 Management Interview Questions for MBA summer internship and final placement preparation of students.

This top 20 interview questions helps to land a good job or a lucrative summer internship and MBA placement with your dream company.

Believe it or not, at the time interview everyone experiences increase heart beat, palms sweating, and stomach sinking.

You know the feeling nerves that take over right before walking into an interview like

What are they going to ask?

What am I going to say?

What if I screw it all up? Etc

To overcome on this question just prepare following top 20 Management Interview Questions for MBA Students. So that you feel confident

1] Tell me about yourself
2] Why does this MBA program appeal to you?
3] What are your hobbies?
4] What has been your most challenging or rewarding academic experience so far?
5] What role played during or in academic event
6] What are the problems you faced at the time of academic event and how you resolved?
7] What is your biggest strength and weakness?
8] What are your short and long-term goals?
9] What kind of team member are you?
10] Why should we hire you?
11] How do you handle the pressure?
12] How do you manage your workload?
13] What kinds of changes would you make at work if you could?
14] Describe a time where you had adapted different culture?
15] How do you motivate your team member in tough times?
16] How will you convey message to your team members if they are wrong?
17] How do you handle conflict with two employees?
18] Do you take your work home with you?
19] How do you evaluate what success is?
20] Do you have any questions for me?

Be prepare. Be ready for your life’s big achievement

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9 Secret Study Tips To Score Highest In Exams

Before and during the examination everyone is stressed than you are required to be. Just like calculated risk-risk also need to calculated and keep pushing you to be better. In this situation we always choose simplest way of this 9 secrets study tips to score highest in exam.

Can an average student score more than expected marks?

Instead for scarifies so many things just focus on how you can prepare well and make your preparation the gateway to scoring well. Following are the 9 secrets study tips to score highest in exam:

1] Time Management (Count how much days remaining and prepare schedule)

2] Take an overview on syllabus

3] Memories name of chapter and chapter contents

4] Find out and understand the key points of each chapter

5] Collect and have a look on past University Question Paper (More than 3 years)

6] Note down repetitive questions from the university question papers

7] Understand the chapter wise weight

8] Prepare your own question bank

9] Point out, solve and practice question bank

1] Time Management (Count how much days remaining and prepare schedule):

Managing a time is step towards success. Count how many days are remaining for the final examination and prepare schedule. Stop or minimize all the activities where you waste your time. It helps you to take ride towards the success

2] Take an overview on syllabus:

Overview on syllabus how is the syllabus and how many chapter are in subject

3] Memories name of chapter and chapter contents:

Understand and memories the name of chapters and its contents which is helpful to know which contents are comes in which chapter. Knowing the chapter name helps to understand the basic idea and purpose of chapter

4] Find out and understand the key points of each chapter:

Identify key points of each chapter which you feels very import ants

5] Collect and have a look on past University Question Paper (More than 3 years):

Collect and have a look on previous year question paper.

6] Note down repetitive questions from the university question papers:

Note down repetitive questions from the university question papers. Segregate the question as per chapters. Make chapter wise question bank

7] Understand the chapter wise weight:

Go through the syllabus and check chapter wise weightage. Align sorted chapter key points as per chapter weight

8] Prepare your own question bank:

Once you have done then prepare chapter wise question bank as per repetitive questions, key points

9] Point out, solve and practice question bank:

Point out, solve and practice each question of question bank prepared by you.

Yes you can do it. Give your 100%

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What is Brand Identity

To build a strong product or service brand, you first need to give it a solid direction and meaning. In short, you need to be able to answer the question who is my brand? This post explains what is brand identity meaning, facets or brand identity, elements of brand identity with example.

Product or service brand identity is an independent entity of not only in popular brand but also brand management process like Amul, Pepsi etc.

What is brand identity/ brand identity meaning?

To build or maintain a brand, it is a power mount to define the brand identity. For this we should know the fundamental answer of:

Brand, who are you?

It helps to shape your product or service brand identity, meaning, direction and uniqueness.

When you have clear product or service brand identity then you have a stronger chance to create a brand identity.

Brand identity is a set of unique association of values, beliefs that are defined and created by the brand owner by answering a question:

Who is this brand?

It helps to establish relationship between right customers to right product.

Facets or prism of brand identity:

There are two facets of brand identity which representation looks like prism structure:

1] Core identity

2] Extended / Visual identity

1] Core identity:

As per the name of core it represents fundamental aspect of product or services

It also called as product DNA

Core identity includes:

Values

Principles

Beliefs

Association

Above core identities are not quickly change with time irrespective of brand expands product or services in new region.

2] Extended / Visual identity:

It includes:

Logo

Color

Overall look and feel

Everyone can see the brand representation and visually

Example of brand identity:

Thumps Up:
Core identity: Strong, risk taking, Taste, celebrations

Extended / Visual identity: Adventures, stunts, macho

Slogan: Taste the thunder

Core identity and extended visual identity combinely grows the brand identity

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6 best ways to boost customer loyalty and retention rate

Being entrepreneurs and business owners make one common mistake in their marketing efforts, and that’s focusing only on how to attract new customers. These articles focus on Pro Marketing 6 best ways to boost customer loyalty and retention rate.

While the finest marketing strategies is focus on low response rates and turning their attention to an already captive audience can deliver impressive results. 

Your ability to retain existing and attract new customers can make or break your business. Studies or survey indicates that people who have already made a purchase from your company are more likely to do so again if they are getting excellent service or product.

So along with trying to bring or attract new customers, work on a retention strategy that builds lifetime value and loyalty for existing ones.


6 best ways to boost customer loyalty and retention rate:

Bellow given ways are the best spot understand customer need and provide them finest product or services to boost customer loyalty and retention rate:

1] Understand What Customers Want

2] Set Realistic Expectations

3] Prioritize Customer Service

4] Reward Desired Behavior

5] Ask for Advice & Feedback

6] Increase Personal Interactions (Customer Relation)

1] Understand What Customers Want:

This is most important point should be considered by the every business owner. Because of technology now it is easy to understand what customers want.

Identify, understand and ask existing, new and targeted customers what they would like to see from your business, and then work on providing it to them.

It helps to design product and services in effective manner

2] Set Realistic Expectations:

Be clear about what people can expect, want and desire. Based on customer expectation decide and deal with what you can consistently deliver realistically. They are like promise to deliver.

To fulfills the expectation burn out try to always deliver more than you promised. Whenever possible aims for providing better service than you are providing and try to exceed them.

It creates a stronger sense of loyalty to your business product and services.

Example: Pizza hut promises to deliver Pizza in 30 minutes anywhere

3] Prioritize Customer Service:

Always try to give priorities service to the customer as they expecting. If as a business owner we succeed to give then success is no far away from you.

Respond to queries, issues and feedback promptly, and if you promise a follow up, do it in time.

This activity makes higher customer satisfaction.

4] Reward Desired Behavior:

To boost customer loyalty and retention rate it is compulsory to set a loyalty program. This can be done reward points, discount coupons, referral points, review your company online, and share your social media pages, etc. for people who make repeat purchases.

It helps to increase customer base and revenue of the business

5] Ask for Advice & Feedback:

Be a proactive about collecting feedback from existing customers and ask them for advice on how you can improve for the betterment.

Design a standard process and act accordingly to accomplish them.

This makes customers feel valued and respected, thus it helps to strengthening their bond with your company.

6] Increase Personal Interactions (Customer Relation):

Personal touch or call is a moment where customer may feel happy and valued to the organization.

Celebrate your success with them.

Interact with them for

Birthday wishes

Product recommendation

Discount, coupon and referral bonus etc

via phone call, emails and using social media.

If you follow strictly above 6 way effectively then be ready to

“Celebrate Your Success”

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Types of Multiprocessor Operating System

In Operating system (OS) Multiprocessor operating system refers to the use of number of or two or more Central Processing Units (CPU) within a single computer system. There are many types of Multiprocessor Operating System in a system.

Multiprocessor Operating System Definition:

Multiprocessor operating system is defined as “It is a system in which multiple processors works parallel and share the computer clock, memory, bus, peripheral devices etc. “

The main objective of multiprocessor operating system is to boost the system execution speed, fault tolerance and application matching.

Types of multiprocessor operating system:

Depending on the location of CPU’s and other different aspects there are many types of multiprocessor operating systems. They are as:

1] Symmetric multiprocessor

2] Asymmetric multiprocessor

3] Shared memory multiprocessor

4] Distributed memory multiprocessor

5] Uniform memory access multiprocessor

6] Non uniform memory access multiprocessor

1] Symmetric multiprocessor:

One operating system can use all the CPUs at once (thus allowing several tasks to be performed simultaneously).

Each processor contains a similar copy of the operating system and they all communicate with each other.

All the available processors are in a peer to peer relationship i.e. no master – slave relationship exists between them

2] Asymmetric multiprocessor:

Each processor is given a predefined task. There is a master processor that gives instruction to all the other processors.

It contains a master slave relationship.

Asymmetric multiprocessing is more commonly used in embedded systems which has more than one operating system, and each uses its own CPUs

3] Shared memory multiprocessor:

In shared memory multiprocessor, all the CPUs shares the common memory

4] Distributed memory multiprocessor:

In distributed memory multiprocessor, every CPU has its own private memory.

5] Uniform memory access multiprocessor:

In uniform memory access multiprocessor, access to all memory occurs at the same speed for all processors.

6] Non uniform memory access multiprocessor:

In non uniform memory access multiprocessor, access to some parts of memory is faster for some processors than other parts of memory

Points to remember or attention:

When two or more CPUs wanted to access same process simultaneously to run or claiming the same free memory page.

The simplest way around these problems is to associate a mutex (i.e., lock) with the operating system, making the whole system one big critical region.

When a CPU wants to run operating system code, it must first acquire the mutex. If the mutex is locked, it just waits.

In this way, any CPU can run the operating system, but only one at a time

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Multiprocessor Operating System

Multiprocessor operating system refers to the use of number of or two or more Central Processing Units (CPU) within a single computer system.

Multiprocessor Operating System Definition:

Multiprocessor operating system is defined as “It is a system in which multiple processors works parallel and share the computer clock, memory, bus, peripheral devices etc. “

It is server operating systems with special features for the communication and the connectivity.

These systems are referred as tightly coupled systems.

Why Multiprocessor OS used:

Multiprocessor operating system used when very high speed is required to process a large volume of data.

Where Multiprocessor OS used:

Satellite control

Weather forecasting etc.

Multiprocessor operating system contains or work done o the basis of:
Symmetric multiprocessor: Each processor contains a

similar copy of the operating system and they all communicate with each other.

Asymmetric multiprocessor: Each processor is given a predefined task. There is a master processor that gives instruction to all the other processors.

Advantages of Multiprocessor OS:

To get more work done in a shorter period of time

More reliable (If one processor fails, the system will not halt.)

Enhanced Throughput (Number of processes getting executed per unit of time increase)

More Economic Systems (cheaper than single processor systems in the long run)

Disadvantages of Multiprocessor OS:

Complicated OS

Required Large Main Memory (Larger pool of memory is required as compared to single processor systems)

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Thrashing in OS

Thrashing in OS is an issue when virtual memory is in use

Thrashing Meaning:

Thrashing is a condition in which excessive paging operations are taking place.It is the situation where process spends more time in processing page faults than executing instructions of processes.

Thrashing Definition and Concept:

Thrashing in OS is defined as, “it is condition and situation where system is major portion of time in serving the page fault or swapping the pages.

Why Trashing Occurs:

After increasing the degree of multi-programming then it may requires more frames. When this happens, a pattern typically develops in which a request is made of the operating system by a process or program to find resources by taking them from some other process, which in turn makes new requests that can’t be satisfied.

These processes need those pages, however and so they also fault and take frames from other processes.

All these faulting processes then queues up for the paging device to swap pages in and out. As processes wait for paging device till CPU utilization is decreases.

As a result CPU utilization decreases in chained reaction of higher page faults followed by an increase in the degree of multi-programming called as thrashing.

Thrashing is also known as a disk scheduling.

Effect of thrashing on system:

Whenever thrashing starts then
Can cause slowdown of the system performance in terms of data transfer between the hard drive (secondary memory) and physical memory (Main memory).

Application may stops responding.

Techniques to handle thrashing in OS:

I] Working Set Model

II] Page Fault Frequency:

I] Working Set Model:It is based on locality. In this, the page used recently or actively can be used again and also the pages which are nearby this page will also be used.

II] Page Fault Frequency:Allocate and suspend the process as per the requirement and availability of frames.

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